Required and Selective Courses for Graduate Students

 Aug. 21, 2006 renewed

Requirements for Graduate Students

Master Program

  • The minimum requirement for the Master degree is twenty-four credits, not including  six credits of M.S. thesis. 

  • Students must pass three field courses from listed courses.

  • Students who took Master-level courses while in the undergraduate program should not take the same courses with same course titles and credits.

Ph.D. Program

  • The minimum requirement is 46 credits, not including 12 credits of PhD. thesis. 

  • Select two of the four fields of specialty; take 3 listed field courses for each field

  • Courses with code initial  “M”  passed while in Master program are deductible at the maximum of 9 credits

  • Students who took Master-level courses while in the undergraduate program should not take the same courses with same course titles and credits.

                             

 

(1)Policies, Institutions and Regulations

Code & Subject

Instructor

Credit

627 M2200 Policy Economics  

Professor Alan Yun Lu

3

627 M0210 Analysis of Agricultural Economics

Professor Li-Fen Lei

3

627 M4590 Special Topics in International Trade

Professor Chu-Ping Lo

 3

 

 

                                           

(2)Marketing, Trade and Consumption

Code & Subject

Instructor

Credit

627 M0220  Analysis of Agricultural Trade Policy

Professor Rhung-Jieh Woo

3

627 M1210 Advanced Agricultural Marketing

Professor Yu-Hui Chen

3

627 M3300 Advanced Consumption Economics

Professor Hung-Hao Chang

3

 

 

                          

(3)Production and Management Economics

 Code & Subject

Instructor

Credit

627 M2910 Production Economics Ⅰ

Professor Shih-Hsun Hsu

3

627 M2920 Production Economics Ⅱ

Professor Yir-Hueih Luh

3

627 M4620 Special Topics in Labor economics

Professor Fang-Mei Huang

 3

 

 

                                           

(4)Resources and Environmental Economics

Code & Subject

Instructor

Credit

627 M0150 Land Economics Policy Analysis

Professor Kuo-Ching Lin

3

627 M1500 Environmental Valuation Theory and Model

Professor Pei-Ing Wu

3

627 M2800 Bioeconomics  

Professor Cheng-Wei Chen

3